Meet Aluseni! He is an orphaned, refugee from Sierra Leone, West Africa. I had the pleasure of visiting with him today, while exploring Down Town Nashville. When Aluseni was a child, he was shot in his left arm, atrophying his bicep and tricep muscles. When he turned 18, he secured a job as a forklift operator, until his arm grew too weak to properly drive the vehicle. So, he began making jewelry as his only means of income. His work is beautiful!
This man is a beam of light and hope. Despite the obstacles he continues to stay positive, and work hard. With that being said, I’m asking for your help! Let’s send Aluseni some love, and a bit more business. His Jewelry stand can be found between 3rd and Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee.
Please share this post with your Nashville friends. This man deserves a hot meal and a warm bed. He is doing the best he can, with the cards he was dealt. I am impressed.I hope you will be too!
Long rides exhaust her like this. Or a lot of running at a park. Whatever the case may be, she seems to be at peace and that's what all animals deserve. In order for us to achieve that we would have to nurture them all this way and then we would all live in harmony that brings us all peace and let us experience the most valuable of all, pure love.